- This unique approach to both cloud and device has many advantages:
- •Quickly deliver public, private, and local applications through a single web-based interface
- •Support the growing number of “Bring Your Own Device” environments
- •Improve security leveraging a unique two-tier security architecture
- •Decrease costs by delivering IT services in a scalable, web-based cloud platform
- While there are many features available within the platform, the core feature set includes:
- •Deliver local, private data center, and publicly hosted applications (web and Windows)
- •Deploy private cloud storage
- •Provide single sign-on to all resources (web, Windows, file, and database)
- •Integrate private data resources (web forms and reporting)
Four different interfaces available to end-users.
- Secure Cloud Access – HTML5 webDesktop interface designed to support touch and work across all devices (e.g. – desktops, notebooks, tablets, and smartphones)
- Universal – HTML5 webDesktop interface designed to support touch and work across all devices (e.g. – desktops, notebooks, tablets, and smartphones)
- webOS – webDesktop interface designed to work and function like a personal desktop.
- Portal – a traditional personalized dashboard interface used typically for displaying content, reports, news, etc.
- mobile – interface designed for the growing mobile and smartphone market. Leverages the embedded browser found on these devices and provides access to private cloud resources.
All four interfaces are built on web technologies and can be run within most common web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari.
Interfaces that make sense to users
- Common interface across many devices (desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablets, and smartphones)
- Designed for a broad range of hardware devices
- Takes advantage of touch interface technology
- Optimized for mobile devices and low bandwidth
- Simplifies user access to cloud resources by eliminating authentication prompts
- One username and password to access all services
- Reduce password reset calls to help desk and support groups
- Masquerade backend credentials from end users
- Store non-directory credentials in Lockbox technology
- Supports web, Windows, hosted, database, and file system authentication
Familiar controls and standardization
- Menu and Link navigation
- Swipe interface for moving between workspace screens
- Open applications screen for navigating and closing application sand services running within the cloud
- New settings screen for customizing the Universal profile interface
- Fully customizable with custom graphics, colors, logos, and fonts
- Vertical navigation between menu and sub-menu structures